That would be Indian Not Indian I Spent the past week scouring the interwebs to try and find out about this 26" Roadster. When I found NOTHING I decided that I must have the only one in existence. The bikes that I found that were closest were from India. I decided to give up on what this bike is and where it is from and focus on what it is going to be and where I am going to take it. Here it is when I brought it home. Rod actuated brakes front and rear. The front is the stirrup type. And the rear is a hub/band brake Some of the cool features the bike is giving me include -Cool drop stand -Stainless steel fenders with a cool ornament -Westwood style Ayara rims. The chrome is great under the overspray. -and The sweet full coverage chain guard. I'm talking front and back coverage. The bike has been torn down and is ready to begin the process of cleaning and prepping for paint. My vision as of now includes cleaning and polishing the fenders and rims, painting the chrome parts that are too far gone to save the chrome (unless I can swing a chroming deal) and painting the frame and forks. I am seeing metal flake blue on the frame and forks and satin black on the chrome stuff. And a lot of pinstripping. Either all by one artist or perhaps hitting up our talented stripper members and having several of them attack the parts with their own style.